Organizers of the 47th annual Bluemont Fair are pleased to announce that to Denise Kupiszewski of Shepherdstown, West Virginia is the winner of this year’s poster design.  The Bluemont Fair is an old-fashioned country fair that draws thousands to the historic village of Bluemont,  This year, the Fair takes place September 17th and 18th.

Denise’s submission, “Harvest Moon,” that features a larger-than-life moon with fox and pumpkins in the foreground, will grace the Bluemont Fair’s distinctive poster, t-shirt, mug, and other fair memorabilia.   

Denise is a two-time winner of the poster contest.  Her very popular design, “The Birds of Bluemont” won in 2011 for the 42nd Annual Bluemont Fair.

She is also an accomplished potter, 

“Every piece I make here reflects a successful combination of artistry, clay, chemistry, and heat. I love my work, and because of that, each creation is a unique work of art that came to be from a ball of clay, crafted with my hands and heart, and backed with over twenty-five years of study and experience.

Blessed with an overactive imagination, a playful inner child, and a desire to make everyone smile when they see my work, there is creativity and whimsy in everything I make.”

To learn more about Denise please visit her website at

The Bluemont Fair gives visitors the opportunity to experience the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains and enjoy many types of food, juried crafts, interactive exhibits, children’s fair, local beer and wine, excellent music, and so much more.

This year, organizers are particularly pleased to announce that the Bluemont Fair will include an authentic “Indian Village” where Native American participants will be celebrating the harvest through dance,

regalia, music, and living history exhibits, set among traditional wigwam and tee pee dwellings.  It promises to be a unique educational and entertaining event for all ages!

For more information about the Bluemont Fair call 540-554-2367 (voice mail) or go to                  

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